What to bring.
A hat so you don’t burn your brain
Pack it all up in a soft duffel, just like the pros. If it fits the plane overhead bin, you are in the gold.
That about covers it. We’ve got everything else taken care of. Bring a book or a movie or whatever music you’d like. But we’ve got options there, too. (No death metal, please. It frightens the fish.)
What if I forget something?
If it’s something we don’t have, and we’ve got pretty much everything imaginable onboard, there’s plenty of places to stop and pick up necessities along the way. Unless you lost your passport. We can’t really help you there. But the silver lining is you’ll get to spend the rest of your days in the beautiful Caribbean!
What if I have a food allergy?
Let us know first thing and we can accommodate. Whatever it is. Shellfish, gluten, anything. Are you one of those people that thinks cilantro tastes like soap? What cilantro? (quietly throws it all overboard) Just please don’t be allergic to fun. That bums us out.
What to know if it’s your first time on a sailboat.
Umm… Well, a sailboat is powered by the wind. It’s got two engines, too. But we try to use those as little as possible. It’s more eco-friendly that way. Otherwise, you don’t really need to know anything else. That’s why the crew is there. They do the sailing. You do the enjoying. They also do the cooking and the cleaning and the “hey look, there’s dolphins” and the “can I make you another drink?” Everyone, both guests and crew, does the smiling. There’s lots of that.